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Highway Statistics 2003 - Obliation of Federal Funds for Roadway Projects by Improvement Type - 2003 - Table FAPIE 4
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Obliation of Federal Funds for Roadway Projects by Improvement Type 1/

Obligations of Federal funds for roadway projects averaged $14.1 billion per year for 2002 and 2003 (Thousands of Dollars)


2003THOUSANDS OF DOLLARSPERCENT
Reconstruction$7,139,07053%
Restoration and Rehabilitation$1,751,09313%
Relocation$134,6991%
Resurfacing$2,289,89017%
New Route$2,155,19116%
 $13,469,943100%

2002THOUSANDS OF DOLLARSPERCENT
Reconstruction$7,553,75851%
Restoration and Rehabilitation$2,666,03218%
Relocation$148,1131%
Resurfacing$2,517,91917%
New Route$1,925,46913%
 $14,811,291100%

1/ Data source is the Fiscal Management Informaiton System (FMIS) of the Federal Highway Administration. Major widening is now included in Reconstruction-added capacity. Minor widening is now included in Reconstruction-no added capacity. Reconstruction in these piecharts includes both major widening or minor widening.


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